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Google admits it tracks us even with location services turned off

Think Google can’t see where you are with its location services turned off?

Google tracks us even if we turn off location services, use no apps, and don’t install a SIM card.

The internet giant now admits it grabs data from Android phones with just an internet connection.

Quartz, a media outlet, explains:

Google wants to patent creepy spy teddy bears that watch and listen to everything

By Barker: (NaturalNews) If you think that Google's tentacles can't possibly reach further into our private lives than they do already, you are mistaken.

The mad scientists working in Google's R&D division have come up with yet another means of invading our privacy and tracking our every move, and this time it's in the form of cuddly -- yet dangerously creepy -- children's toys.

Google lets you download your entire search history - So yes, they're monitoring and archiving our data

By Heyes: (NaturalNews) If you maintain an avid, robust online presence, chances are that you do a lot of searching. You might search for web sites, data, studies, and news. Perhaps you even search for some things you would prefer that others didn't know about.

If you use Google as your main search engine - and judging by the company's mega-earnings, most people do - your search history is carefully, systematically and completely tracked and documented.

Google chairman Eric Schmidt pretends to drink Diet Coke in bizarre marketing stunt

By Huff:(NaturalNews) Students attending a panel discussion with Google Chairman Eric Schmidt, that took place at Yale University's School of Management last year, thought they were there to learn more about the globalization of technology. But a video montage of what actually took place at the creepy event reveals that it was actually more of a product placement marketing ploy to promote aspartame-laden Diet Coke.

Google has been secretly harvesting the passwords of all Wi-Fi devices everywhere

It's bad enough that the federal government, through its various agencies, has been "data mining" (i.e., spying) on all of our electronic communications, all in the name of "national security," but now comes word that some of the largest telecom and social media companies are unconstitutionally lifting our private, personal data too. Namely, our passwords.

Tech expert urges Americans to 'quit Google, Facebook' over NSA surveillance revelations

In light of revelations that the federal government's massive spy apparatus has been unleashed on its own citizens, some tech experts are now advising users of social media and other Internet-based sites that have helped Uncle Sam pry into your life to stop using them altogether.